Divyanka Tripathi says Cinema is not always a moral science class in relation to Hyderabad rape; Do your AGREE?
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It’s horrendous and shameful that acts of rape still happen in a country like India and more so, crimes like these are on a rise. Recently, the case of a veterinary doctor has left the entire nation in a state of shock. She was raped and burnt alive and every person residing in the country has felt the waves of pain after hearing the news.
Our telly stars too took to their social media account to condemn the heinous act. Director Sandeep Reddy Vanga, director of Arjun Reddy and Kabir Singh, tweeted about the same and demanded a brutal punishment for rapists. To which Director Vikramaditya Motwane replied and connected his film Kabir Singh with it. He wrote,”Will that FEAR stop them from slapping her?”
Will that FEAR stop them from slapping her? https://t.co/dgOIHyTWlU
— Vikramaditya Motwane (@VikramMotwane) December 1, 2019
To this debate, TV actress Divyanka Tripathi expressed her opinion to a leading tabloid and said,”Why does entertainment always have to be about morals and fairytales in India? Films are also a reflection of the society we live in. People like Kabir Singh do exist. It is a direct depiction of this twisted character, that doesn’t preach about how he should or shouldn’t have been.”
Opposing the comparison between films and reality, “Cinema is not always a moral science class and we shouldn’t pigeon hole a film into a family film just because it is performed by a commercial actor. If it had an offbeat actor in it, people would have received it differently,” said Divyanka.
Well, many people opine that the content served in movies affect the psychology of people. Do you think so too?